Male Worshiper of Ninshubur is a Mesopotamian, Alabaster Sculpture created in 2250 BCE. It lives at the The Walters Art Museum in the United States. The image is tagged Worship and Sculpture. Source
The shaven head, a sign of ritual purity, may identify this figure as a priest. A partially preserved inscription on one shoulder states that he prays to Ninshubur, the goddess associated with the planet Mercury.